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protection. >>> welcome back to "first look," i'm lynn berry and here are some stories making news this morning. "the new york times" reports the u.s. is close to an economic deal with egypt's new government to eliminate $1 billion of egypt's debt to help make it an easier transition to democracy. >>> syrian president, bashar al assad, says there will be no dialogue with the opposition before the army imposes security throughout the country. meanwhile, an opposition group says the government is bulldozing homes in a damascus suburb, allegedly because the owners sheltered rebel fighters. >>> in colombia, the woman known as the godmother of cocaine was kill by an assassin on a motorcycle. she spent 20 years in prison in the u.s. for drug trafficking and murder. >>> and actor michael clarke duncan has died at the age of 54, two months after suffering a heart attack. best known for his role in "green mile." prince harry made the first public appearance since naked photos of him appeared on the internet. the royal correspondent for our english partner, itn had the story. >> prince harry
>>> hello and good morning. i'm lynn berry. welcome to our viewers across the nation including the pacific time zone. and today we begin with the final countdown. with election day just two months away, the end of the democrats' convention last night marks a fresh starting point in the race for the white house, nbc's tracie pots joins us from charlotte with more on this. >>> they're breaking down now. it was a packed house. it was at capacity early in the evening, hours before president obama spoke. ♪ make it easy on me now >> reporter: after a final night of music, jokes. >> i know it's an empty chair. it makes you nervous, doesn't it? >> reporter: and speeches including the vice president's. >> this man has courage in his soul, compassion in his heart, and a spine of steel. >> reporter: president obama laid out what he called a choice, he rallied against too much government. >> we don't want handouts for people who refuse to help themselves and we certainly don't want bailouts for banks that break the rules. >> reporter: he took a few jabs at mitt romney. >> feel a cold coming on? take
viewers across the nation, including the pacific time zone. i'm lynn berry. and today we begin with cheerleader in chief. at the democratic national convention in charlotte last night, first lady michelle obama delivered an impassioned speech designed to both to sway wavering voters and light a fire under the party's base. nbc's tracie potts joins us live from charlotte. she has more on this. tracie, good morning to you. >> lynn, good morning. aids tell us michelle obama was very involved to putting this speech together. it was a fiery start to the convention and we have more coming up tonight. democrats bring in their heavyweight tonight, former president bill clinton. the only person more popular in a recent gallup poll, michelle obama. she brought democrats to their feet last night with a rousing speech about decisions based on family values. >> in the end, for barack, these issues aren't political. they're personal because barack knows what it means when a family struggles. >> a message aimed at women. >> he believes that women are more than capable of making our own choice
, including the pacific time zone. i'm lynn berry. and today we begin with convention kick-off. the democratic national convention officially begins in charlotte tonight where first lady michelle obama will take the stage and try to convince undecided voters that her husband deserves a second term. nbc's tracie potts joins us live with all those details. she's in charlotte for us. tracie, good morning. >> reporter: hi, lynn. behind the stage where it all gets started tonight, the stage where we will see michelle obama, but not where we'll see the president. he's going to be a few blocks away at the bank of america stadium. one more day of campaigning for him before he arrives to make his case here in charlotte. last night president obama told hurricane victims -- >> nobody's a democrat or a republican. we're all just americans. >> reporter: but not in charlotte this week. he'll accept the democratic nomination for president on thursday. >> on thursday night i'm going to offer you what i believe is a better path forward. >> reporter: tonight we hear from michelle obama. she checked out the stag
'm lynn berry. and today we begin with a rousing defense. former president bill clinton was greeted like a rock star last night at the democratic national convention, delivering a speech which ringingly endorsed president obama and answered accusations launched at last week's republican convention. nbc's tracie potts is live for us in charlotte. she has more on this. tracie, good morning. >> reporter: lynn, good morning. he is arguably the strongest voice in the democratic party right now. last night he was right here explaining why he thinks the current president needs four more years. the democrats' most popular living president, bill clinton, making the case to re-elect barack obama. >> no one could have fully repaired all the damage that he found in just four years. >> defending health reform -- >> are we better off because president obama fought for health care reform? you bet we are. >> he attacked what he called lies about medicare cuts and welfare reform and condemned mitt romney's plan to reduce the debt and boost the economy. >> we simply cannot afford to give the reins of gove
-universal >>> hello. welcome to our viewers across the nation including the pacific time zone. i'm lynn berry. >> and today we begin with the romney recording, a surreptitious video of mitt romney at a private fund raiser has gone public. in remarks he thought would stay among those in the room, the gop presidential candidate is heard giving a snapshot of the electorate that is raising some eyebrows. the recording was released to the ultra liberal magazine "mother jones." here's a portion of it. >> for the past three years, all everybody's been told is, don't worry, we'll take care it. how are you going to do that with two months before the election to convince everybody you've got to take care of yourself? >> there are 47% of the people who will vote for the president no matter what, all right? there are 47% who are with him who are dependent upon government who believe that they are victims who believe that government has a responsibility to care for them, who believe that they're entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you name it. that's an entitlement and the government should g
their tour in traditional island style with pretty good moves. good morning, i'm lynn berry. this is "first look" on msnbc. >>> we are going to begin this morning with trouble on the trail. new nbc wall street journal poll shows mitt romney falling behind the presidential race. that was before news of the secretly recorded video tape. tracie potts joins us from washington with more on all of this. good morning. >> reporter: lynn, good morning. good morning, everyone. looking at the new poll numbers, president obama pulls ahead slightly more than he was a month ago. now five points ahead of mitt romney in the latest poll among likely voters. all of this as romney tries to bounce back from the comments he made last spring. here is what mitt romney was secretly recorded saying last may about the 47% of americans who don't pay taxes. >> they believe they are entitled to health care, food, housing, you name it. my job is not to worry about those few. >> reporter: here is what he said at a fund-raiser. >> i believe the role of government is to help those who need help. we are a compassionate inte
to our viewers across the nation including the pacific time zone. i'm lynn berry. and today we begin with target audience. a day after drilling down on immigration issues in florida, both the obama and romney campaign will focus on florida's aging voters at an aarp convention today. nbc's brian mooar joins us from washington with those details. brian, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, lynn. today the message pivots from immigration to medicare, from latinos to the aarp. the presidential campaigns are reaching out to older americans today, a day after the focus was on hispanic voters in the key battleground state of florida. at a candidate's forum on the univision spanish tv network, president obama expressed frustration he hasn't done more on a key issue for latinos, immigration reform. >> and the most important lesson i've learned is that you can't change washington from the inside, you can only change it from the outside. >> reporter: republican mitt romney pounced on that explanation. >> the president today threw in the white flag of surrender again. his surrender was, yes,
. welcome to our viewers across the nation, including the pacific time zone. i'm lynn berry. and today we begin with that controversial call. the disputed play ending monday night's football game between green bay and seattle has become a national debate. even both presidential candidates are now weighing in calling for the nfl to end the lockout of the regular referees. nbc's jay gray reports. >> the game's final play. >> reporter: the final eight seconds of monday night's game now forever frozen in time. >> who do they give it to? touchdown! >> reporter: or was it? one official signals touchdown, the other touchback. nfl replacement officials again in the spotlight. >> i don't like the way this game finished. i have a bad taste in my mouth. >> reporter: the chaos and confusion of the final play first giving way to disbelief. >> i never seen anything like that in all my years in football. >> reporter: and then disgust. >> this is ridiculous. >> look at the replay and then the fact that it was reviewed. it was awful. >> frustrating game. >> don't ask me a question about the officials. >>
to our viewers across the nation, including the pacific time zone. i'm lynn berry. >>> and today we begin with game on. late last night the nfl reached a tentative deal with its referees and that ended this season's lockout. anger over the use of replacement refs spilled over after monday night's contest between the green bay packers and the seattle seahawks. the fill-in refs awarded a game-winning touchdown to seattle, though many felt the packers had made an interception. two days of marathon labor negotiations followed. the refs still have to vote on the deal, but commissioner roger goodell has lifted the lockout just in time for tonight's match-up between the cleveland browns and baltimore ravens. nbc's fred roggin will have few details coming up in just a few minutes in sports. >>> but first, president obama and republican presidential candidate mitt romney both campaign in the battleground state of virginia today after nearly crossing paths in another key swing state, ohio. nbc's tracie potts is joining from us washington with those details. good morning. >> reporter: lynn, good mor
across the nation including the pacific time zone. i'm lynn berry. and today we begin with the red line. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu has told the united nations that the world has until next summer to stop iran from building a nuclear weapon. the white house reacted by saying the u.s. shares israel's goal of stopping that from happening but so far it has refused to set an ultimatum. nbc's danielle leigh reports. >> reporter: from a fight over the west bank to fears about iran's nuclear program, israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu spoke under pressure before the united nations. >> today a great battle is being waged. >> reporter: just one day after iran's president mahmoud amadinejad accused israel and the west of intimidation, netanyahu delivered iran new ultimatum against its controversial nuclear program. >> a red line should be drawn right here before, before iran completes the second stage of nuclear enrichment necessary to make a bomb. >> reporter: israel and the west suspect iran is trying to build a nuclear weapon and fear the impact on the region, but so far
crashes. and nasa gives kids a chance to name a piece of cosmic history. i'm lynn berry. those stories and more straight ahead. this is "first look" on msnbc. >> we're going to begin this morning with cheerleader in chief. at the democratic national convention in charlotte last night, first lady michelle obama delivered an impassioned speech. tracie potts joins us from charlotte. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, everyone. a bit of the back story here, aides say the ideas you heard michelle obama talk about last night were her own, that she knew exactly what she wanted to say in this speech. democrats bring in their heavyweight tonight, former president bill clinton, the only person more popular in a recent gallop poll, michelle obama. she brought democrats to their feet last night with a rousing speech about decisions based on family values. >> in the end for barack, these issues and political, they're personal. heap know what is it means when a family struggles. >> reporter: a message aimed at women. >> he believes women are more than capable about making our own choices about
zone. i'm lynn berry. and today we begin with trouble on the trail. a new nbc news-wall street journal poll shows mitt romney falling behind in the presidential race, and that was before news of his secretly recorded videotape dismissing nearly half of american voters. nbc's tracie potts joins us live from washington. she has more on all of this. tracie, good morning to you. >> reporter: our polls have the latest numbers, president obama five points ahead of mitt romney. this as romney tries to bounce back from what he said on tape last spring. here is what mitt romney was secretly recorded saying last may about the 40% of americans who don't believe in taxes. >> who believe they're entitled to health care, housing, food, you name it. my job is not to worry about those people. i'll never convince them. >> reporter: with cameras now in full view, here is what he said at a fund-raiser last night. >> i believe instead the role of government is to help those who need help. >> reporter: he admits in a fox interview that some of those not paying taxes aren't victims but wealthy americans sho
-universal television >>> hello and good morning. i'm lynn berry. and today we begin with foreign affairs. president obama will take a brief diplomatic detour from his campaign front lines to address the simmering crises in iran, syria, and the broader muslim world before the united nations general assembly. nbc's tracie potts joins us with those details. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you. there's a lot at stake here. the president is explaining where we stand on some of the big issues internationally, but also this is a big issue and a big speech for the president himself politically. >> first thing is first here. we do have an election ahead. i've got a lot of things i want to do in a second term. >> reporter: president obama on "the view" before speaking to the united nations general assembly today. aides say he will focus on the recent unrest in the middle east and the death of ambassador chris stevens and three other americans in libya. mitt romney is criticizing him for calling these events bumps in the road. >> these are not bumps in the road. these are human lives. these
morning. i'm lynn berry. and today we begin with the final countdown. with election day just two months away, the end of the democrats' convention last night marks a fresh starting point in the race for the white house, and last night president obama made his appeal for a second term saying the election is a clear choice between two different paths for america. nbc's steve handelman reports. >> liberty and justice for all! >> reporter: a symbol of recovery. arizona's gabby giffords led the pledge and amped up the energy for the president. he wanted to fire up democrats but barack obama aimed his speech at undecided voters. >> i'm asking you to rally around a set of goals for your country, goes in manufacturing, education, national security, and the deficit. real achievable plans that will lead to new jobs, more opportunity, and rebuild this economy on a stronger foundation. that's what we can do in the next four years, and that is why i am running for a second term as president of the united states. >> as joe biden likes to break, bin laden is dead and detroit is alive. >> i've met work
photos. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning. i'm lynn berry. >> and today we gibb with the romney recording, a ser rip tissues recording of romney at a public fund raiser. the gop presidential candidate is heard giving a snapshot of the electorate that is raising some eyebrows. the recording was released to the ultra liberal magazine owe mother jones." here's a portion of it. take a listen to it. >> for the past three years, all everybody's been told is, don't worry, we'll take care it. how are you going to do that? there are 47% of the people who are with the president and 47 who believe there are victims who believe government has a responsibility to care for them who believe that they're entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you name it. that's an entitlement and the government should give it and they will vote for this president no matter what. the president starts off with 48, 49, 48, he starts off with a huge number. these are people who pay no income tax. 47% of americans pay no income tax so our message of low taxes doesn't
to "early today." i'm lynn berry, and here are some of your top headlines this morning. >>> pennsylvania state supreme court is ordering a lower court judge to determine if voters have easy access to photo i.d. cards required by a new law. if it is determined the i.d.s are easily available the law can stand. if not, the law will be blocked. >>> arizona police can begin enforcing the controversial show your papers provision of the state's immigration law. after a u.s. judge lifted an injunction blocking the measure, the state law was upheld by the u.s. supreme court. >>> newly released images show sea ice in the arctic ocean melting to record low levels. the u.s. national oceanic and atmospheric administration says this year marks the first time there's been less than 1.5 square miles of sea ice since satellite observations began in 1979. >>> and england's duke and duchess of cambridge, prince william and his wife kate danced in traditional costumes on the pacific island of tabalu. look at those moves. wow, will. it was the final stop on the royal couple's tour of the far east. i want to
. i'm lynn berry. and today we begin with foreign affairs. president obama will take a brief diplomatic detour from his campaign front lines to address the simmering crises in iran, syria, and the broader muslim world before the united nations general assembly. nbc's steve handelsman reports from washington. >>> president obama headed to new york with critics assailing his priorities. he'll address the united nations but make another campaign appearance on "the view" instead of meeting one on one with world leaders. >> there are all kinds of things i want to do in the second term. >> reporter: no meetings scheduled with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu who's angered democrats by demanding a tougher obama stance on iran. on "60 minutes" he seemed to talk about netanyahu. >> anything i do is right for the american people and i am going to block out any noise that's out there. >> reporter: the white house claims what the present meant was. >> his objective is to take every step possible to enhance israel's security. >> reporter: mr. obama had downplayed anti-american ri
on display for the very first time in a decade. good morning, everyone. i'm lynn berry. those stories and more are straight ahead. this is "first look" on msnbc. >>> and we're going to begin this morning with the final countdown. with the election just two months away, the end of the democrats' national convention last night featuring an address by president obama marks a fresh starting point for the race for the white house, and nbc's tracie potts joins us from charlotte with details this morning. tracie, good morning. >> reporter: lynn, good morning. they're breaking down now, but this place was packed last night. the fire marshal declared it at capacity early in the evening, hours before president obama spoke. ♪ will it make it easier on you now ♪ >> reporter: after a final night of music, jokes -- >> i know it's an empty chair. it makes you nervous, doesn't it? >> reporter: and speeches, including the vice president's. >> this man has courage in his soul, compassion in his heart and a spine of steel! >> reporter: president obama laid out what he called the choice, not just bet
of thousands at auction. good morning. i'm lynn berry. this is "first look" on nbc. >>> and we are going to begin with foreign affairs. president obama will take a brief diplomatic detour from his campaign's front lines to address the simmering crises in iran, syria, and the broader muslim world before the united nations general assembly. nbc's tracie potts joins us from washington with details. good morning. >> reporter: this is a big deal. not only for the president explaining where the world stands but for him politically. >> but first things first -- we've got an election. >> reporter: on "the view" before speaking to the united nations general assembly. aides say he'll focus on the recent unrest and death of ambassador christopher stevens. >> these are not human bumps in the road. >> either one or all of them shows a person with a different perspective than the perspective i have. >> reporter: today's u.n. speech will be the president's first international address since violence erupted across the muslim world. >> also so -- >> reporter: in bilateral meetings secretary clinton was t
. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning and welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry, and here are some of your top headlines this morning. the department of defense says a book by a former navy s.e.a.l. does contain classified information about the mission that killed osama bin laden, but the pentagon is still considering whether criminal charges will be filed against the author. >>> in canada, a gunman was arrested after allegedly firing shots that killed one person at a political victory rally. it happened at a separatist party in quebec returned to party after nine years. the party's leader will become the first woman premier of quebec. >>> and in brazil, a fire in a slum in sal pal lowe destroyed nearly 200 shanties leaving nearly a thousand people homeless. four people were burned, but there were no deaths. >>> a federal judge in massachusetts has ruled that state prison officials must pay for a transgender inmate's sex change surgery. the decision says the operation, which could cost $20,000 of taxpayers' money, is the only way to treat her, quote, serious medi
of the universe. good morning,'m lynn berry. those stori and more are raig ead. th isfiloon msnbc. we'll begin with that ntroiall th dtey ending monday night's football game between green bay and seattle has become a national debate. even both presidential candidates are weighing in calling for the nfl to end the lockout of the regular referees. rtehealht seconds in monday night's game now forever frozen in time. or was ? one official signals touchdn, ether hb act ciagn in the spotlight. >> i don't like the way this game finished. respect the chaos and confuse first if i having way to disbelief. >> haven't seen anything in all my years of football. >> and then disgust. >> look at the replay. and the fact it was reviewed. awful. >> don't ask me a question about the officials. >> reporter: the questions and the ongoing labor dispute link her. g onsutla safety and how the controversy may affect the integrity of the league. a firestorm that's been building through the first three weeks of the season. at least five coaches face possible signs from the league for showing their from us trace includin
topless photos. good morning everyone. i'm lynn berry. those stories and more are straight ahead. this is "first look" on msnbc. >>> we are going to begin this morning with the romney recording. a surp tishs video of mitt romney at a private fundraiser has gone public and remarks he thought would stay among those in the room. the gop presidential candidate is heard giving a snapshot of the electorate that is raising eyebrows. the recording was released to the ultraliberal magazine mother jones. here's a portion of it. we'll take care of them. how are you going to do it in two months before elections to convince everybody you got to take care of yourself? >> 47% of the people vote for the president no matter what. 47% who are with him, who are dependent upon government who believe that government has responsibility to care for them and believe they're entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you name it. it's entitlement. that the government should give it to them. they will vote for this president no matter what. i mean, the president starts off with 48, 49 -- he starts o
." i'm lynn berry. and here are some of your top headlines this morning. >>> the associated press reports an analysis of new satellite images shows north korea has stopped construction of a new launchpad for tests of intercontinental range rockets. e work may have been delayed pesae h s nomer rains, b mastered the technology to shrink a nuclear weapon to fit on a long-range missile. >>> in southern california firefighters found a body in a home destroyed by this wildfire. officis y the elderly man ignored evacuation ords. >>> the u.s. marine corps plans to court-martial two staff targets for urinating on the bies of taliban fighte last year. three otr manes reived > spitals around the country are being given a warning not to try to cheat the government through the use of computerized records technology. the justice department and health and human services are focusing on what's called upcoding or raising the severity of aatient's condition to get >nde' a beautiful sight for you. it is peak viewing time for a beautiful sight, the northern lights. these spectacular photographs were
a busy highway. good morning, everyone, i'm lynn berry. those stories and more are straight ahead. this is "first look" on msnbc. >>> and we begin this morning with a rousing defense. former president clinton was greeted like a rock star last night at the democratic convention delivering a speech which endorsed president obama and answered accusations launched at last week's republican convention. tracie potts is in charlotte for us this morning with more on this. good morning. >> reporter: lynn, good morning. good morning, everyone. he is arguably the strongest voice in the democratic party right now. he was explaining why you thinks the current president needs four more years. the democrats' most popular living president, bill clinton, making the case to re-elect barack obama. >> no one could have fully repaired all the damage that he found in just four years. >> reporter: defending health reform -- >> are we better off because president obama fought for health care reform? you bet we are. >> reporter: he attacked what he called lies about medicare cuts and welfare reform and co
'm lynn berry. those stories and more are straight ahead. this is "first look" on msnbc. >>> well, we're going to begin is this morning with target audience. a day after drilling down immigration issues in florida both campaigns will focus on their aging voters. at an aarp convention, brian mooar joins us with those details. brian, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. today the message pivots from immigration to medicare from latinos to the aarp. the presidential campaigns are reaching out to older americans today, a day after the focus was on hispanic voters in the key battleground state of florida. at a candidate's forum on univision, president obama expressed frustration, he hasn't done more on a key issue for latinos. immigration reform. >> and the most important lesson i've learned is that you can't change washington from the inside. you can only change it from the outside. >> reporter: republican mitt romney pounced on that explanation. >> the president today threw in the white flag of surrender again, his slogan was yes, we can. his slogan is now no, i can't. this is time f
of this humidity. well, if you're watching us on nbc 10 in philadelphia, lynn berry, you worked there, pennsylvania, in nearby wilmington, portraits through a love of food, art, and travel at the fish tales at the delaware center for the contemporary arts. and that's your "early today" event of the day, lynn. >> good, memory, bill. good memory. >>> now here's an early look at this morning's headlines in entertainment. at the box office this weekend this could be the first time in four years no movie will pass the $10 million mark. it's a slow one. "the words," a romantic thriller, looks to have the best shot at the top spot. another thriller, "the cold light of day," debuts after sitting for quite some time on the studio shelf. that's never a good sign. and last week's champ the horror film, "the possession, also has a chance of sneaking the top spot again. >> elsewhere -- this is a bummer -- after nine years of marriage, amy poehler and will arnett have separated. i know. >>> mtv's video awards were held last night in los angeles. among the big winners was rihanna with "we found love" the new best
back pocket. >> you wish. i'm lynn berry. "way too early" is next. >>> secretary of defense leon panetta becomes the latest administration officials to admit that last month's embassy attacks in libya were, in fact, carried out by terrorists. >>> meantime, the fbi agents dispatched to the country to investigate, say, they can't get near the crime scene due to "near total lack of security." the question is, could the obama administration have done more to prevent the attacks? >>> at the united nations, israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu calls iran a nuclear ticking time bomb and makes his case for aggressive action by showing what can best be described as one of those bombs from the cartoons. the question is, if iran crosses bb's red line, could an israeli military strike thb year's october surprise? >>> finally, the boys are back in town. just one day after reaching a deal with the nfl, the real refs return to work on thursday night as heroes. getting a standing ovation from the crowd in baltimore. the question is, how long do we have to wait before we can start blaming th
that just in my back pocket. >> you wish. i'm lynn berry. "way too early" is next. >>> secretary of defense leon panetta becomes the latest administration officials to admit that last month's embassy attacks in libya were, in fact, carried out by terrorists. >>> meantime, the fbi agents dispatched to the country to investigate, say, they can't get near the crime scene due to "near total lack of security." the question is, could the obama administration have done more to prevent the attacks? >>> at the united nations, israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu calls iran a nuclear ticking time bomb and makes his case for aggressive action by showing what can best be described as one of those bombs from the cartoons. the questio
® with hydroblend. >>> hello, i'm lynn berry. president obama delivered his speech at the democratic national convention. he acknowledged it would take more time to solve american challenges. fresh off his speech at the dnc wednesday, president bill clinton is headed for the campaign trail. he's due in the ohio and florida area next week. mitt romney went to new hampshire thursday and defended his decision not to talk about the afghan war in his speech. he discussed it the night before his big speech. >>> drew peterson was convicted of murdering his third wife. on the economic front, the closely watched august employment report is due out today. they expect it to hold steady at 8.3% with 125,000 nonfarm jobs created. paperless discount. paid-in-full discount. [yawning] homeowner's discount. safe driver discount. chipmunk family reunion. someone stole the nuts. squirrel jail. justice! countless discounts. now that's progressive. call or click today. >>> in a world of new threats and new challenges you can choose leadership that has been tested and proven. four years ago, i promised to end the
, the cohen committee, the sea berry the investigation, the nap commission, the mull lynn commission, on and on, are the police ultimately above any effective civilian supervision in new york? it has to be chopped back? >> i don't have any -- [inaudible] i would say that it's more about human natch nature than the police. the system offers too much power and too many temptation. if you get human nature if you give any of us that kind of power and those stacks of dollar bill nays the money sitting there we're going have a hard time with it. instead of handing jumght of the n.y.p.d. i would like to say judgment of the human nature. >> police are probably much less corrupt than they have been in the past. probably less violent. >> god with they are were violent in the 1890. one day 100 officers had been accused of beating, you know, and they were able to a 100 in a day. [inaudible] and roosevelt reintroduced it. it had been taken away before roosevelt and he heard of a detective getting beaten up. roosevelt rushed the night stick back and forth. rose volt restorms was . >> talk about ca
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